The Winery established in 1973 in the eighteenth-century cellars of the palace of the Marchesi di Barolo located in the Town Hall square, it represents an overview of La Morra wine production, especially of barolo wine.
La Morra has been named as “The Capital of Barolo” because here the 35% of the whole barolo is produced.
Barolo of La Morra is well know for its refinement, elegance and for its fruity notes; these characteristics make barolo wine easy to drink and immediately appreciable.
In our area more than 40 selected vineyard (cru) can be counted.
On June 22nd 2014 “The Vineyard landscape of Piedmont: Langhe-Roero and Monferrato” has been recognised as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
It is the 50th Italian World Heritage Site and the first Italian vineyard cultural landscape.
The Outstanding Universal Value proposed for this site is represented by the entrenched culture of wine and the extraordinary landscape shaped by human labor, related to the grape growing and wine production.
The rows of grape varieties historically cultivated in the territory, the forms of culture, the rich system of production places, as well as various types of traditional settlements integrated into the agricultural landscape, show a “living” landscape, where each transformation is realized in a constant balance between tradition and innovation.
This year we decided to take part of auction with different lots of barolo wines in the prestigious “Zachys wine and liquor” in New York.
The aim of auction is collect money for restore our building in La Morra. We think is the best way for us and for people who appreciate our wines.